National American Eagle Day is celebrated each year on June 20th. This day is set aside to honor the national symbol of America. The Bald Eagle is both the national bird and the national animal of the United States of America, and it also appears on its seal. In the latter 20th century, the Bald Eagle was on the brink of extinction in the continental united states. Eventually, the population, which is recovered, and on 12,1995, the species were removed from the United States by the federal government. The list of endangered species is transferred to the list of threatened species. The day is created to raise awareness for preserving the Bald eagles, assist in the restoration of their natural environments, and take part in educational outreach.

“The eagle has no fear of adversity. We need to be like the eagle and have a fearless spirit of a conqueror!” – Joyce Meyer

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History of National American Eagle Day

National American Eagle Day is on June 20, which is a special day to commemorate the anniversary of the Bald Eagle, which is the National Symbol of America. In 1995 at the request of the American Eagle Foundation, President Bill Clinton and Tennessee Governor Don Sundquist both recognized the first American Eagle Day. Since then, the Governors from a combined total of 49 states have signed proclamations or letters of Recognition for giving the National Bird, the Bald Eagle. It is celebrated as giving honor to the National Symbol.

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How to Celebrate the Day

The simple and the best way to celebrate American Eagle Day is to pick up a piece of cloth with the symbol of the American National Bird and show up national pride. Then you can come out and raise awareness about the endangered status of that beautiful bird. You can make some volunteers to help preserve its place in nature. Or you can watch the D.C Eagle Cam, which is a live stream that allows you to know the lives of two bald eagles in the U.S. National Arboretum in 202 Washington, D.C. The video camera is fixed inside the eagle’s nest, which provides you with snapshots of their lives. Another way of celebrating National American Eagle Day is by visiting any local zoo and looking at those species with the naked eye. You can share your views and thoughts on social media using the hashtags #NationalAmericanEagleDay.

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